Touching Souls International
Rating: 4.91 stars 55 55 reviews
198-40 Epsom Course Jamaica NY 11423 USA
Our mission is to provide the support, services and assistance in health, education and safe environment needed by the economically disadvantaged people of third world countries.
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My name is Rayan Uddin. My 85 year old grandmother, Habilunnessa was cataract blind for more than a decade. She was unable to see anything. She needed a cataract surgery. We could not afford to give her one. For years she was suffering with her cataract until July of this year, when she got her free surgery from Touching Souls International. My grandmother is so happy now, having her eyesight back, which was only possible for the philanthropic work of the nonprofit, Touching Souls International. Just like my grand mother so many cataract blind are getting their sight back for the charity work of Touching Souls International. For most of the Bangladeshis cataract surgery is not affordable. So many of them stays blind for the rest of their lives, unless they can get some help from any other source. My grandmother now prays for the people who are cataract blind may be helped by Touching Souls International. Her opinion without seeing, life is not worth of living.
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In their free eye camps on July 18th, 2010, I was present with my grandmother. About 800 people were screened for their cataract. 300 patients got their free eye medications. 43 patients were selected for cataract removal surgery were taken to the Eye Hospital for their cataract surgery. On July 20th, after their cataract removal surgery they were brought back to their original place. All the expenses for this purpose was fully financed by Touching Souls International
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